This week’s appearances and shows of Artists Without Walls members Barbara Rick, Marni Rice, Honor Finnegan, Colin Broderick and the members of AWoW at a “Showcase at The Cell Theater.”
Artists Without Walls and Ethiopian Street Children’s Project fundraiser tonight: cocktails for a cause.
Martha Pinson describes her grandmother’s story, in Artists Without Walls
Join AWoW member, Tara O’Grady, for her “A Celt in the Cotton Club” CD Launch Party – Thursday, May 23 at Mary O’s, 32 Avenue A at 7:00pm.
A special and unique collaboration has begun between the Irish Folk singer Mary McPartlan and Jazz pianist Bertha Hope, one of the great exponents of the jazz idiom. Join Mary Mcpartlan and Betha Hope at ZirZiman, NYC, 5/24 7:30pm.
AWoW MEMBER COLIN BRODERICK to be INTRODUCED TONIGHT by JOSH BROLIN at BOOK LAUNCH for “THAT’S THAT.”
Artists without Walls introduced Colin Broderick by actor Josh Brolin.
Charles R. Hale talks to playwright Guen Donohue, for an Artists Without Walls Spotlight!
Charles R. Hale talks to author/playwright Seamus Scanlon,author of “As Close As You’ll Ever Be” and a new play, “I Am Harm.”
Descriptions of some upcoming performances from Artists Without Walls members and friends!
Charles Hale reviews the latest from Artists without Walls. The next showcase is on April 25!
How It’s New York: Judy Collins is being honored by the Irish American Writers and Artists on Oct. 15 as their winner of the Eugene O’Neill Lifetime Achievement Award!How It’s Irish: Apart from the organization honoring her, turns out Judy herself has an Irish background, and talks about how her heritage has affected her art, […]
Tom Paxton will be joining members of the Irish American Writers and Artists and many others to honor singer/songwriter Judy Collins at the IAW&A’s Eugene O’Neill Lifetime Achievement Award Event on Oct. 15. Tom’s songs have been recorded by Judy, Pete Seeger, Peter Paul and Mary, Willie Nelson, John Denver, and Joan Baez to name […]
Charles C. Hale at IAWA Salon How It’s New York: This terrific salon hosted by the Irish American Writers and Artists has begun to be a NYC regular thing, and stay tuned for its first New Jersey outing on Thursday, Sept. 27!How It’s Irish: It’s Irish-American, and participants often write about their heritage– and some […]
How It’s New York: Larry Kirwan, of Black 47, and a New Yorker from Wexford, wrote the book, and Stephen Foster, who wrote the music, lived here in NYC for awhile. How It’s Irish: Larry is Irish, and this play is set in Five Points, which had a lot of Irish immigrants. This play is […]